Hotel Corniche

Address: Corniche, Mahdia, Tunisia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Corniche, Mahdia.
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    Travel Blogs from Mahdia

    Fantastic

    A travel blog entry by jefehenk on Feb 06, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Arrived yesterday and we have been enjoying the hospitality with our friends. We have also met a few others who live here. It has been great catching up and filling in the gaps because it's been about a year and a half since we seen each other. Today we went to ...

    Mahdia, Tunisia Fact Sheet

    A travel blog entry by fais4 on Jan 11, 2015

    ... Current Leader(s) / Party(s): Mehdi Jomaa (Prime Minister), Moncef Marzouki (President)
    Ethnicities (% breakdown): 98% Arab Berber, 1% European, 1% Jewish and Other
    National Language(s): Arabic (Tunisian Arabic), French, Berber
    Religion(s) practiced (% practiced): Muslim (Sunni) 99.1%, other 1% (includes Christian, Jewish, Shia Muslim, Baha’i)
    Traditional ...

    Bye bye Bourguiba

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

    13 photos

    ... Tunisia a republic on 25 July 1957 of which he became the first president for the next 21 years.

    Whilst he created a modern state which included: improving the educational system; addressing gender inequality; developing the economy; and maintaining a neutral foreign policy, which made him an exception among other Arab leaders. He also established a single party state and allowed a cult ...

    Jewel of the desert

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 03, 2012

    ... the camera battery and have the opportunity to take some photos when we return next week.

    Our guide provides an overview of the history of the amphitheatre: its design and construction; how it operated and the events it hosted in Roman times.

    The amphitheatre at El Jem was built by the Romans under proconsul Gordian, who was acclaimed Emperor at Thysdrus, around 238. It was never completed, because of political rivalries and lack of funds ...

    Exploring Sousse

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 02, 2012

    21 photos

    ... to further name changes. In the early 5th century the city was renamed Honoriopolis after the western emperor Honorius, and later in the 5th century it was destroyed and rebuilt by the Vandals, who renamed it Hunericopolis after their king Huneric.The following century it was retaken by the Romans (or Byzantines) and renamed Justinianopolis after eastern emperor Justinian I.

    The legacy of the Roman past is evidenced by the beautiful ...